Video Duration 24 minutes 20 seconds
Defections, incapability to cross laws, and disagreements with Arab-Israeli coalition led to authorities’s downfall.
Keeping Benjamin Netanyahu out. That is what the eight events making up the Israeli authorities had in widespread.
But it has not been sufficient to maintain a authorities, divided on nearly all the pieces, from collapsing.
Defections, an incapability to cross laws, and disagreements with Arab-Israeli coalition allies over Israeli assaults on the occupied Al-Aqsa Mosque compound all resulting in a dissolution of parliament after solely a 12 months in workplace.
How can long-term political instability in Israel be tackled?
Presenter: Dareen Abughaida
Gil Hoffman – Chief political correspondent at The Jerusalem Post
Meron Rapoport – Writer and editor at Local Call
Gideon Rahat – Senior fellow at Israel Democracy Institute and chair of political science at Hebrew University of Jerusalem